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Discussion in 'KOMPLETE KONTROL SERIES' started by HammyHavoc, May 20, 2018.
I'll believe it when I see it.
This also played a small part in going with the V Collection instead. I'm only on a 2017 MBP 2.8 GHz i7 with 16GB RAM. I'd only be running 1-2 instances of Zebra per track, but along side other VIs.
Nektar's new entry-level keyboards have integration with twelve DAWs: https://mailchi.mp/102495d16454/pre...idi-controller-keyboards-with-daw-integration
NI's top-of-the-line KKMK2 is looking a little paltry, especially with this new "you asked, we listened" campaign they emailed me:
I wonder how many people asked for a black keybed versus MCU? Limited time only too apparently, so can't be that many.
Will MCU once finally released from NI, be able to navigate through our tracks using the dial encoder. I can't remember how it worked on the S series
I think having a keyboard equivalent of a pimp mobile has a certain cache to it.............................................
NATIVE INSTRUMENTS becoming NATIVE TOYS?
Sad,but True thank God for Jester and Kymeia and the rest of the good folks who continue to support the community! Native Instruments needs to stand up!! It's time
NI released yet another version of this, without MCU,even after the complaints omg!!! WTF!!
Hey fellas can you guys start posting ALL your pics on what you found to be a working solution,or a workaround until native instruments decides to finally bring back MCU for us here.. Here's mine
Here's one patent I've used earlier..
I prefer black humor over black keys
Wireless transport control.
Since my old CRT TV is no longer in service I just use the cordless remote from that to operate my computer keyboards space bar. It does have the issue where it becomes far less reliable the more drinks I have tho.
Good job NI , your customer base and potential users are watching, between these Traktor issues and Komplete MK2 MCU issues, and the Kore nightmares of the past, the late sentiment of users back-lashing on your company for the Micro MK3, leaving out midi mode on purpose, jeesh, what the hell is wrong with development at Native Instruments now??
Yet you still try and find ways to polish the **** by just releasing more and more wobble synth software, that has no backwards compatibility, let me guess, users wanted that too right? Yet you'll still just find another way to abandon it as well, once the paint starts to rust a bit.
I get it, I get it, you gotta turn a profit right?
Let me suggest you take the 59 million dollar investment you we're granted, and instead of wasting development on creating another subscription based software like every tom dick n harry has right now. Actually hire some qualified help, like the dev's of Kore 1 and 2, and let the developers start having a say, before the business politics mess your company up like they did for AVID.
You think your any better then they we're? How's the subscription based sounds app doing? Now that everyone's doing the same thing? lol
Be original, and support your customers,you greedy #$%^&